Academy Teams

Peguy Ngatcha

38
Forward

Pronunciation: PEG-ee nuh-GOT-cha
Position: Forward
Jersey Number: 38
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180 lbs.
Date of Birth: February 28, 1994
Place of Birth: Cameroon
Hometown: Manchester, N.H.
High School: Manchester Memorial High School
Last Club: NH Classics
Status: Under-18 roster
Email: peguyngatcha@yahoo.com

2011-12: Made 26 appearances, including 13starts, with the Under-18 team. Scored 12 goals and added six assists. Had one multiple-goal game with two goals against South Central Premier (June 10). Had single-goal games against Met Oval (Nov. 19), D.C. United (March 10), Match Fit Chelsea (March 18), PA Classics (April 14), New York Red Bulls (April 22), Baltimore Bays Chelsea (April 29), Empire United (May 5), Seacoast United (May 6), Oakwood SC (May 13) and New York Red Bulls (June 25). Added a pair of assists against Oakwood SC (May 13). Had single-assist games against Oakwood SC (June 9), Seacoast United (June 16) and Chivas USA (June 26). Made three appearances, including two starts, during the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Winter Showcase (Dec. 3-6) in Sarasota, Fla. Made three appearances, all starts, during the Development Academy Playoffs (June 25-28) in Frisco, Texas.

2011 MLS RESERVE DIVISION: Made two appearances, both as a substitute: against the Philadelphia Union (July 18) and the Columbus Crew (Oct. 16). Recorded an assist against Philadelphia.

2010-11: Made 25 appearances, including 16 starts, with the Under-16 team. Scored 13 goals and added two assists. Had two multiple-goal games: three goals against Match Fit Chelsea (March 6) and two goals against South Central Premier (June 12). Had single-goal games against North Carolina Fusion (Dec. 3), NJSA (March 5), Met Oval (March 26), Empire United (April 17), South Central Premier (May 14) and added a game-winner against Seacoast United (May 22). Scored a goal and added an assist against FC Greater Boston (May 28). Made his Revolution debut as a substitute in the season opener against FC Westchester (Nov. 20). Made three appearances, including two starts, during the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Winter Showcase (Dec. 3-6) in Phoenix, Ariz. Earned an assist against Oakwood SC (June 11). Made three appearances, including two starts, during the Development Academy Playoffs (June 25-28) in Frisco, Texas. Scored against Texas Rush AJ Auxerre (June 26) during the second game of the Playoffs. Made five appearances, including three starts, during the Generation adidas Cup (July 25-31) in Frisco, Texas. Scored three goals – one against Real Salt Lake (July 29) and two against Seattle Sounders FC (July 31) – and added an assist goal against Real Salt Lake (July 29).

HIGH SCHOOL: Is a senior at Manchester Memorial High School (Manchester, N.H.) … played three seasons before the Development Academy moved to a 10-month season … is a two-time All-State selection … earned 2009 State MVP honors.

BEFORE REVS: A former member of the New Hampshire Classics.

PERSONAL: Peguy Ngatcha is the son of Nuitchon Martin and Njankeu Victorine … has two sisters, Cynthia Djeamen and Patricia Djuidje … lists Cristiano Ronaldo as his favorite soccer player … supports Real Madrid … also enjoys track and field … is fluent in French.